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Crew Clothing Co.

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Crew Clothing Co. was founded in 1993 by Alistair Parker-Swift, a professional skier and windsurfer. Mr Parker-Swift started the business by selling rugby shirts and sailing-themed clothes from a windsurfing shop in Salcombe, Devon.
Today, Crew Clothing Co. is a British clothing brand with a wide range of active, outdoor and casual wear for men and women. Their English heritage remains the backbone of the company and they have expanded into market and coastal towns throughout the UK.
The original founder was bought out by the American investor, Exquisite Apparel Corp. in 2017.

Company Information
Annual Sales: £59.289M (Oct 2017)
Segments / Shopping Categories: womenswear; menswear; footlocker; sportswear; kidswear; sneakers; trainers; sports;
Parent Company/Key Investors: Exquisite Apparel Corp.
UK Standalone Stores: 80
Total Global Stores & Stockists: 80
Group Companies: Crew Clothing Co.
Key Brands Stocked: Crew Clothing Co.
Contact Information
Head Office Address:
20 Lydden Rd, London SW18 4LR
Head Office Telephone: 020 8875 2300
Key Locations: UK
Key Executives
Chief Executive: David Butler - CEO
Buying Director: Michelle Grey - Interim Head of Product
Design Director: Sarah Cassells - Head of Product
Retail Director: Dan O’Callaghan - Sales Director
Digital Director: Ally Bradshaw - Multichannel Director, Louise Salt - Interim Digital Director
Marketing Director: Naomi Parry - Marketing Manager
HR Director: Rupert Hay - Head of HR

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